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It’s baby’s first beer bong.

One determined dad came up with a creative way to help his baby daughter gain weight, inventing a “beer bong” akin to his undergrad days for formula.

Doctors recently told Rudy Willingham that his 8-month-old daughter Lily needed to put on some more pounds, inspiring the Seattle man to give it the old college try with an ingenious device, the New York Post reports.


“My daughter is second percentile in weight, so we’re trying out some new feeding techniques,” Willingham explained in a now-viral TikTok,

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The new Bone Apétreat “food truck,” pictured here parked in a neighborhood in Highlands Ranch, is now roaming the  Denver area with snacks for your pup. (Provided by Tiffany Brown)

Some local entrepreneurs started home bakeries during the pandemic, while others turned to grilling burgers or selling buckets of fried chicken.

For Tiffany Brown and her adopted German Shepherd, there seemed to be another niche in the Denver food market that needed filling. With peanut butter, that is.

In January, Brown started booking appearances around metro Denver for her new “food truck,” Bone Apétreat. From inside the roving turquoise

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Arthur Robinson, 63, who was incarcerated for 40 years in California, considered the food a plus when he arrived in the 1970s, recalling a fresh half-chicken or menudo (a traditional Mexican soup made with cow stomach) for dinner. That changed when the “tough on crime” policies of the 1980s precipitated a sevenfold increase in the state’s prison population. “They got dietitians to say, ‘This is what a person needs to survive, right?’ They didn’t take into account feeding the people. So you were getting the bare minimum,” Mr. Robinson said.

Sam Lewis, executive director of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, an advocacy

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Dried beans seemed like the prudent thing to stockpile last year when people were gearing up for the unknown. Bought with the best of intentions, however, these cans or bags of beans may still be sitting in your pantry, untouched.

To the inexperienced, dried beans can be a mystery. Yet the benefits of beans are considerable. They’re healthful, adaptable, delicious, cheap, comforting and, yes, still good a year after you’ve bought them.

“Beans deserve some time in the spotlight. They are versatile in their use, can be kept on hand in dry storage for years and are nutrient dense,” said

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BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) – When you think of Hazen natives who have made it big in Nashville, you think of Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh, better known as the singing sensation Tigirlily,

But there are a couple of other Hazen high school grads making a name for themselves in Nashville.

Their success has nothing to do with music.

Although some of the ingredients are little tough to say,

“Ashwagandha? I can’t even pronounce it,” laughed Shirley Reese, general manager of the BisMan Food Co-Op.

That hasn’t stopped these products from flying off the shelves at the BisMan Food Co-op.

“Since Unity

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I Helped Create The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

A healthcare worker holds a dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine against the COVID-19 coronavirus as South Africa proceeds with its inoculation campaign at the Klerksdorp Hospital on February 18, 2021. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP) (Photo by PHILL MAGAKOE/AFP via Getty Images) Over the weekend, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use. It’s now the third vaccine to be distributed across the nation, behind Moderna and Pfizer and their two-shot mRNA vaccines. Nearly 4 million doses of the newly

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